When Marni Kitching decided that her future wasn’t going to be in the Arts, she struggled with finding a place for her creativity to fit. She discovered that the business world needed creative thinkers, and many were lost on their career path. By creatively lifting others and helping them find their way, she has been able to find her own creative place in the world.

Created Creative Collective had a chat with Marni to find out about her creative journey …

What does creativity mean to you?

I think ultimately creativity is being able to see things that perhaps are not seen on the surface, not the obvious, being able to look at, a problem, or an idea, or a solution for something, and just being able to see things that others may not be able to see – and being able to be innovative. 

It’s definitely a spiritual thing for me as well, it’s inspired. I think the other thing for me, personally, creativity is something that captures other people in some form or another.

Can you think of a time when you first realised you were creative?

I think as a child growing up one of the things that I used to do, and it’s probably a funny story: